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Chatting with the Future: Exploring the Legal and Ethical Challenges of ChatGPT and Generative AI
Start Date: 3/16/2023Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 3/16/2023End Time: 2:20 PM
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About the Program

Last November, OpenAI unleashed ChatGPT, a free chatbot that creates text using AI technology. Although its output is not perfect, ChatGPT has already demonstrated remarkable abilities, such as passing exams from law, business, and medical schools. Its text-generation capabilities have also been used for simpler tasks such as to writing Shakespearean sonnets, discussing complicated topics, and composing heartfelt love songs. As the hype around ChatGPT continues to grow, new ethical concerns are emerging about the development and use of AI tools.

In this fireside chat, Professor Yafit Lev-Aretz and Professor Nizan Packin will discuss the current state of ethics in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the importance of responsible AI in today’s society. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in the discussion, ask questions, and share their own experiences and perspectives on the ethical considerations of ChatGPT.

The event is free and open to the public and will take place on March 16th at Baruch College. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the ethics of ChatGPT and join the conversation on responsible AI!

This program is a part of Baruch College’s Ethics Week


Moderated by Yafit Lev-Aretz, Assistant Professor of Law at Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College 

Nizan Geslevich Packin is a Professor at Baruch College. She researches and writes about Privacy Law, Financial Regulation, Consumer Protection Law, and Business Ethics. Before joining Zicklin, she practiced law in the New York office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. She also interned at the Federal Trade Commission, and externed for the Honorable Jack Bertrand Weinstein of the United States Federal Court at the Eastern District of New York. Professor Packin received her degrees from Columbia Law School, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Professor Packin is a Contributor to Forbes, where she regularly writes about FinTech related issues. She has published Op-Eds in outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, American Banker, Newsday,andBottom Line.  Her scholarship has appeared in journals such as the Washington University Law Review, Indiana Law Journal, Wisconsin Law Review, Utah Law Review, Houston Law Review, William and Mary Law Review, Chicago Kent Law Review, Berkeley Business Law Journal, Columbia Business Law Review, Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Forum, Oxford Business Law Blog, Columbia Blue Sky Blog, and Duke’s FinReg Blog.
Tech Ethics at the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity:

Professor Yafit Lev-Aretz is the Director of the Robert Zicklin Center’s Program on Tech Ethics which examines the ethical dilemmas associated with the various technology applications, including in the context of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data. The tech ethics program is designed to increase awareness of such ethical dilemmas and foster a conversation on the positive and negative impacts of technology. The program also aims to equip future leaders with the insights and perspectives needed to make complex decisions about the use of technology in business and society.

Professor Lev-Aretz is a tech policy expert, researching the fascinating relationship between the law, technology, and society.  She has written about information privacy, the growing use of algorithmic decision-making, intrusive means of news dissemination, choice architecture in the age of big data, and the ethical challenges posed by machine learning and artificially intelligent systems. Additionally, her research highlights the legal treatment of beneficial uses of data, such as data philanthropy and the data for good movement, striving to strike a delicate balance between solid privacy protections and competing values.


12:00 pm – Registration and Lunch 

12:30 pm – Presentation


Complimentary registration is required to attend this program. Register online, by phone or e-mail:

Location Information:
Baruch College - Newman Vertical Campus  (View Map)
55 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10010
New York
Room: Room 14-220
Contact Information:
Name: Ruzdo Srdanovic
Phone: 646-660-6975
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